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Ruskin Mill Trust – Freeman College

Maths , Functional Skills , English
recruitment , Inclusive Learning
Skills for Life Network

About Us

Ruskin Mill Trust is a diverse charitable organisation which operates a network of quality services. Education is the Trust’s ‘core business’, the heart and backbone of all its activities.

Inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner, John Ruskin and William Morris, however, we see education as much more than the handing-down of information and skills: it’s as much about the development of moral and spiritual qualities, and the building of emotional resilience.

Most obviously, our work is focussed on three residiential colleges for young adults with special educational needs. But in addition to this provision, we also support worthwhile educational initiatives in other ways, including consultancy, subsidy and fund-raising.


Work with us

We have opportunities for teachers of functional skills and GCSE maths and English in our three residential colleges for young adults with special educational needs.

Opportunities are advertised on our website and through Skills for Life Network. 

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